Yesterday, in conjunction with Great School Partnership, Scripps Networks Interactive participated in the Educators in the Workplace program, an initiative designed to show teachers real-world applications of the curriculum they teach so they can engage and excite their students.
Wednesday, Food Network and Cablevision teamed up with local volunteers and students to attack child hunger and promote healthy eating habits by creating a community “Good Food Garden” at PS 55 Benjamin Franklin Elementary School in the Bronx.
Throughout this blog we’ve highlighted the special relationship between Food Network and our national outreach partner, Share Our Strength. Last week’s screening of the network’s HUNGER HITS HOME documentary at Long Island Lutheran Middle School and High School in Brookville, N.Y. – an event hosted by our Content Marketing and Distribution Team and Cablevision – was the latest in a long line of initiatives dedicated to ending childhood hunger by 2015.
Community is something near and dear to our hearts. One of our many fulfilling outreach partnerships is with the amazing people at N Street Village, which provides shelter, food and rehabilitation services to homeless women in the Northwest D.C. area.
Nearly 500 Scripps Networks Interactive (SNI) employees wrapped up their week by spending the day giving back to their local communities. Every year, SNI designates an Employee Volunteer Day to give employees the option to spend the day volunteering with a non-profit cause that speaks to them.
Paris, October 1, 2013 /3BL Media/ — BSR’s Clean Cargo Working Group’s 2013 “Collaborative Progress” report—which provides data from more than 2,300 ships, representing more than 60 percent of global ocean container capacity—indicates that average carbon-dioxide emissions for global ocean container transport have declined year on year, and by more than 7 percent between 2011 and 2012.
TransCanada announces $100,000 partnership with Swim to Survive+
TransCanada is proud to partner with The Lifesaving Society to grow their Swim to Survive+™ program in Ontario. Earlier this summer, TransCanada announced their new partnership with a donation of $100,000.
According to the Lifesaving Society about half of Canadian children never take traditional swimming lessons, increasing their chances of water-related injuries or drowning.